Stomachs only growl when they're hungry or preparing to bite the hand that keeps tickling them. Tame the beast within with today’s Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of burgers and drinks at Grind Burger Bar and Lounge.
Grind Burger Bar and Lounge puts burger-building tools in hungry hands with a menu that lets diners forge their own ideal bread-sandwiched meal. Guests select each part of their burgers, starting with a choice among hand-pressed patties such as 7 ounces of ground chuck ($8.95), ground turkey ($8.95), and a meat-free veggie mix ($8.95), perfect for those who love animals and hate plants with a ravenous passion. A choice of six cheeses ($0.75 each) adorns patties with a dairy crown before sandwich artists get a chance to embellish masterpieces with four extras from a list of 10 traditional toppings and 20 sauces. Rarefied palates can add unconventional notes to tongue-top symphonies with premium toppings ($1.50 each), including Nueske bacon, sicilian olive salad, and grilled asparagus.
Exposed-brick walls and concrete flooring ensconce guests in industrial-chic ambiance as they dig into towering creations. Hand-scooped milkshakes ($6.50) help cool mouths overheating from contented smacking, and a full bar proffers tasty tipples to patrons 21 and older. Five big-screen TVs fill the dining area, calming those who rarely leave the house for fear of missing seeing themselves on TV.
Grind Burger Bar & Lounge
Build-your-own burger joint Grind Burger Bar & Lounge focuses on freshness, building its patties from never-frozen meats—ground beef, ground turkey, or chicken—and fresh vegetables. Chefs festoon burgers in custom accoutrement such as fried eggs, grilled asparagus, sicilian olive salad, and cheeses from cheddar to pungent blue. The resulting sandwich can tower up to 10 inches tall, much like traditional grilled cheese after posture lessons. Patrons can pair their burgers with classic fries or the funkier crunch of thai calamari. Alternatively, 20-ounce milkshakes in chocolate, vanilla or strawberry work with the classic rock tunes to evoke the feel of an old-school diner.